Found January 15, 2012 on Tennis Identity:
PLAYERS: David Ferrer
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Congrats to David Ferrer who won the 2012 Heineken Open in Auckland for the third time. He now takes Lotto's winning Trail Line kit to the Australian Open. We've been looking at a lot of knock out brights for spring and the new Trail Line group has huge blasts of it as well (see the pink crew inset below). Ferrer's AO look however is dosed more subtly. It's a great option for those who prefer classic performance solids but want to add just a bit of modern. There's a great looking navy polo in the group as well. Pictured here is the bright white Trail crew neck accented by deep navy color blocking and sweeping fluorescent blue and navy brush strokes that mimic the arcing swing of a strong player. Both shirt and shorts are made with poly ottoman, a fiber that contributes to very lightweight garments that breath and move well. Ferrer's shoes are the Raptor Ultra III offering reactive arch technology, breathability and durability. Find it at Lotto and soon at Ten...
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